Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Boot Camp is an intensive, two-day program that walks you through the necessary steps and gives you the skills to transform technology and invention into a viable company.
Since its debut in 2005, the Boot Camp has evolved to address a broad range of issues faced by entrepreneurs from the managerial, scientific and academic communities. You will develop the insight and energy required for entrepreneurial success as you learn to:
- Think strategically in selecting and managing projects.
- Plan for expeditious and cost-effective management.
- Understand the requirements of all the involved stakeholders.
- Oversee the essential components of the commercialization process.
Each year, faculty from the event’s host region bring fresh insights to the program, while a core faculty returns to present material that has proven effective throughout the years. Historically, this core has included the Boot Camp founder and co-chair, Professor Arthur Boni of the Tepper School of Carnegie Mellon University; Professor Stephen Sammut of the Wharton School and Burrill & Company.
Session ID: 2730